Nutrigrow Rose Fertiliser is a quality NPK fertiliser specifically designed to help roses look their best. This fertiliser has been specifically formulated to deliver the nutrients which rose plants require in order to grow well & stay healthy. Nutrigrow Rose Fertiliser contains 5% nitrogen, 5% phosphate and 10% potassium. The high level of potassium is ideal for roses as this macronutrient is vital for the formation of chlorophyll and the production of a large number of blooms. The lower level of nitrogen within this fertiliser is excellent for roses as the foliage growth does not overtake the bloom production.
- Specifically designed to treat roses.
- Contains high levels of potassium compared to nitrogen and phosphate to ensure maximum bloom production.
How much Nutrigrow Rose Fertiliser 5-5-10+Mg 25kg will you need?
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